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Traveling in Spanish – Useful Sentences Before You Go Posted by on Apr 17, 2012 in Uncategorized

¡Hola! ¿Cómo te va todo?

I don’t know about you, but I love traveling and talking about it, preparing your itinerary is awesome too. So today we’re going to learn some cool and useful sentences to talk about your trips, before you go! ¿Empezamos?

Me voy de viaje a … el mes que viene. [I’m going to travel to … next month.]
No veo la hora de estar allá. [I can’t wait to be there.]
Estoy un poco ansioso. [I’m a little anxious.]
Estoy muy animado. [I’m very excited.]
Hace tiempo que quiero ir allá. [I’ve wanted to go there for a long time.]
Siempre he soñado en viajar allá. [I’ve always wanted to travel there.]
Siempre he oído cosas interesantes de allá. [I’ve always heard interesting things about it.]
Estoy loco para ir a… [I’m dying to go to…]
Parto el día… [I live on the…]
Voy a quedarme dos semanas. [I’m going to stay for two weeks.]
Voy a estudiar. [I’m going there to study.]
Voy por trabajo. [I’m going there on business.]
Es un viaje de negocios. [It’s a business trip.]
Es una mezcla de trabajo y diversión. [It’s a mix of work and pleasure.]

If your friend is traveling you may want to ask him/her some questions and suggest some things:

¿Adónde vas? [Where are you going?]
Ah, te va a gustar mucho. [Oh, you’re going to love it.]
Ah, siempre he querido ir allá. [Oh, I’ve always wanted to go there.]
Dicen que es estupendo/hermoso. [They say it’s gorgeous/beautiful.]
No debes ver la hora de estar allá. [Can’t wait to be there, right?]
¿Es la primera vez que vas allá? [Is it the first time you will be there?]
¿Vas a paseo o por trabajo? [Are you going on vacation or business?]
¿Dónde te vas a quedar? [Where are you going to stay?]
¿Con quién vas? [Who are you going with?]
¿Te vas a quedar allá por cuánto tiempo? [How long are you going to stay there?]
Seguro que te vas a divertir. [I’m sure you’ll have a good time.]
Te va a encantar. [You’re going to love it.]
Prepárate para el calor / frío. [Get ready for the heat / cold.]
Saca muchas fotos. [Take lots of pictures.]
¡Buen viaje! [Have a safe trip!]

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English / Spanish teacher and translator for over 20 years. I have been blogging since 2007 and I am also a professional singer in my spare time.